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~~We have the attributes of man and not divine beings~~
Claircognizant

Claircognizant:

You may be claircognizant or intuitive and have an inner knowing about things.  The information, idea, concept or thought "just comes to you" and has the feeling of "this is important".  The knowledge you receive often flashes suddenly into your mind seemingly "out of no where".  You may know who is on the phone before you answer it or know personal things about people you just met.  You just know something, although you may not know why or how you know it.
 
 
A friend of mine who owns a roofing company was busy laying some asphalt on a client's roof when a strange feeling came over him.  He said he suddenly felt rushed to complete what he was doing because there was such urgency, that he felt that whatever it was he would not be able to complete the task.  He said he kept hearing his sister's voice and he knew he was going to get a telephone call that was not good news. He said he rushed and finally completed the job when he received a telephone call from his sister informing him of the passing of his mother.  His mother was a healer when she was alive and beautiful woman.  Learn to recognize and trust those warning signs when you get them and learn to start honoring your gift.
Comments
# re: Claircognizant @ Friday, July 06, 2007 7:40 PM
I am having a BAD vive about someone now. How do I find out what it is?
# re: Claircognizant @ Saturday, July 07, 2007 6:34 AM
Sometimes very hard to trust the 'knowing' that one gets, especially when they are hard to validate but will keep trying. Thanks for your excellent blog - as always I am learning.
# re: Claircognizant @ Saturday, July 07, 2007 7:09 AM
Claircognizance makes me the spontaneous person I am. I've taken and also quit jobs based on a feeling or a dream. I'm also often a very logical person. But I'd sure hate to trust my fate to logic! :)
# re: Claircognizant @ Saturday, July 07, 2007 9:00 AM
Sharpist, if you learn to meditate and before going into the "state of stillness", ask a question.  Be still and allow the answer to come to you, but the first rule of thumb is to trust your first thought.  :-)
# re: Claircognizant @ Thursday, July 19, 2007 1:04 PM
I learned to trust my feelings. Especially when I am driving.  I can pretty much tell if the driver ahead of me will make sudden turn without signaling or which road I should take to go home to avoid congestion that day.  

I need to meditate.  I have such an urge to meditate lately.  I need to follow that feeling.  :)
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